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K.T. Oslin - 80's Ladies/This Woman flac album

Performer: K.T. Oslin
Title: 80's Ladies/This Woman
Style: Contemporary Country,Country-Pop,Adult Contemporary
Duration: 01:16:23
Relesed: September 27, 2011
Rating: 4.5
Votes: 341
Other formats: WMA AUD RA DTS MPC MOD

View this message in English. Выбрать другой язык можно в списке ниже. You're viewing YouTube in Russian. You can change this preference below. Это видео недоступно. Повторите попытку позже. Опубликовано: 4 нояб. 2018 г. Old Pictures was released in 1986 as part of Miss Oslin's breakthrough smash album 80's ladies.

80's Ladies is the debut album by American country music artist K. T. Oslin. It was released by RCA Records in 1987. Wall of Tears," the title track, "Do Ya'" and "I'll Always Come Back" were released as singles. The album reached on the Top Country Albums chart and has been certified Platinum by the RIAA. K. Oslin – keyboards, lead and backing vocals. David Briggs, Gary Prim – keyboards. Steve Gibson – guitar. Brent Rowan – guitar.

With her breakthrough album 80's Ladies, . Oslin established a new voice in country music - that of an upscale, middle-aged divorcee, trying to cope with the turmoils with life. The subject matter basically remained the same, but it was given a new viewpoint - Oslin sounded like no other singer, in terms of viewpoint, in the late '80s. 80's Ladies suffered from a few weak tracks, but on the whole, it was an exciting, fresh change.

This Woman (K. Oslin album). This Woman is the second studio album by American country music artist K. It was released by RCA Records in 1988. Money," "Hold Me," "Hey Bobby," the title track and "Didn't Expect It to Go Down This Way" were released as singles.

We were three little girls from school. One was pretty, one was smart. Well she's still good lookin'. That woman hasn't slipped a bit. The smart one used her head. She made her fortune. Stone rock and rollers in the '60s. And more than our names got changed. As the '70s slipped on by. Now we're '80s ladies. There ain't been much these ladies ain't tried.

Album · 1986 · 9 Songs.

In the '80s, Oslin started chasing country stardom. A short-lived stint with Elektra Records as Kay T. Oslin netted the singles "Clean Your Own Tables" and "Younger Men (Are Startin' To Catch My Eye). Despite a lack of chart success, those songs made her a sought-after songwriter, with her work covered by The Judds, Gail Davies and Dottie West. The first fruits of that deal, '80s Ladies, became perhaps the biggest debut for a woman in country music since Bobbie Gentry's Ode to Billie Joe album and single usurped the Beatles on the pop charts 20 years prior. The album's title track spoke to a whole generation of women about the social changes they'd witnessed-"We've been educated, we got liberated. From there, Oslin went from unlikely star to guaranteed hit-maker. Sophomore album This Woman arrived in 1988 and netted three more top five singles, including the number one hit "Hold M.

Oslin – 80's Ladies Lyrics. We were three little girls from school. Well she's still good lookin' That woman hadn't slipped a bit. The smart one used her head She made her fortune. Stoned rock and rollers in the 60's. And more than our names got changed As the 70's slipped on by. Now we're 80's ladies. I'm gonna marry Artie.

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Track List

Title/Composer Performer Time
1 Wall of Tears K.T. Oslin 3:46
2 I'll Always Come Back K.T. Oslin K.T. Oslin 4:09
3 Younger Men K.T. Oslin K.T. Oslin 3:07
4 80's Ladies K.T. Oslin K.T. Oslin 4:13
5 Do Ya' K.T. Oslin K.T. Oslin 4:06
6 Two Hearts K.T. Oslin K.T. Oslin 4:10
7 Dr., Dr. K.T. Oslin K.T. Oslin 3:29
8 Lonely But Only for You K.T. Oslin K.T. Oslin 3:11
9 Old Pictures K.T. Oslin K.T. Oslin 4:12
10 This Woman K.T. Oslin K.T. Oslin 4:49
11 Money K.T. Oslin K.T. Oslin 5:14
12 Round the Clock Lovin' K.T. Oslin K.T. Oslin 4:06
13 Where Is a Woman to Go K.T. Oslin K.T. Oslin 3:26
14 Hold Me K.T. Oslin K.T. Oslin 4:42
15 Hey Bobby K.T. Oslin K.T. Oslin 4:24
16 She Don't Talk Like Us No More K.T. Oslin K.T. Oslin 3:22
17 Jealous K.T. Oslin K.T. Oslin 4:49
18 Didn't Expect It to Go Down This Way K.T. Oslin K.T. Oslin 4:02
19 Truly Blue K.T. Oslin K.T. Oslin 3:06


Eddie Bayers - Drums
Milan Bogdan - Digital Editing
Chris Bolton - Liner Notes
David Briggs - Keyboards, Synthesizer
Mike Brignardello - Bass
George Clinton - Assistant Engineer
Jim Cotton - Associate Producer, Engineer
Costo Davis - Synthesizer
Bruce Dees - Guitar (Electric)
Steve Gibson - Guitar (Electric)
Paul Goldberg - Assistant Engineer
Owen Hale - Drums
Mary Hamilton - Art Direction
Jim Horn - Saxophone
Tim Jarvis - Photography
Jerry Joyner - Design
Sam Levine - Saxophone
Roger Lomas - Mastering
Larrie Londin - Drums
Terry McMillan - Harmonica, Percussion
Farrell Morris - Percussion
Chris Musto - Repackaging Design
K.T. Oslin - Composer, Keyboards, Primary Artist, Vocals (Background)
Beverly Parker - Photography
Larry Paxton - Bass
Gary Prim - Keyboards
Benny Quinn - Digital Editing
Brent Rowan - Guitar (Acoustic), Guitar (Electric)
Joe Scaife - Associate Producer, Engineer, Vocals (Background)
Harold Shedd - Producer
James Stroud - Drums
Mitch Watkins - Guitar (Electric)
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